Vera Institute of Justice Study Examines the Impact of The Rockefeller Drug Law Reforms in New York City

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Series: Target 2020

Justice is on the Ballot

We elect federal leaders, district attorneys, mayors, local legislators, and sheriffs—people who shape how our communities ensure public safety and secure justice.

Election Day is in six weeks, but in communities across the United States, voting for the 2020 election is already underway. In every race, from the federal to the state to the local level, it’s clear: Justice is on the ballot. Our votes can help ensure due process for immigrants facing deportation, address overpolicing in communities of color and ...

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  • Nicholas Turner
    Nicholas Turner
September 22, 2020
Blog Post

No Access to Justice

Breaking the Cycle of Homelessness and Jail

On any given night in the United States, more than 550,000 people experience homelessness. The U.S. legal system criminalizes survival behaviors associated with homelessness and fails to acknowledge that people who are homeless face impossible odds within the legal process. Black people, who already face a disproportionate risk of homelessness, are ...

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  • Madeline Bailey, Erica Crew, Madz Reeve
August 12, 2020
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